Posters for Ji-woon Kim’s The Good, The Bad, and the Weird

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The Korea Pop Wars blog has landed your first look the posters for writer/director Ji-woon Kim’s upcoming Korean Spaghetti Western “The Good, The Bad, and The Weird”. They look pretty good, although for a moment I though the Byung-hun Lee one was from his movie “A Bittersweet Life”, but apparently not. Anyways, check out three separate individual posters and one that combines all three. The film will be set in 1930s Manchuria and follows three men played by Kang-ho Song, Woo-sung Jun, and Byung-hun Lee as they resist the Japanese occupation.

The text on the posters read:

Poster #1 – Never be sure who is good, bad or weird in 1930s Manchuria
Poster #2 – A man who was too proud to be bad
Poster #3 – A man who desired too much to be good
Poster #4 – A man who was too wacky to be good or bad

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  • Hokensongirl

    I hope this turns out good since it has soooo much going for it.

  • Hokensongirl

    I hope this turns out good since it has soooo much going for it.